# Basic Solid Mechanics by D. W. A. Rees (auth.)

By D. W. A. Rees (auth.)

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Calculate the power required to drive a crankshaft when rotating at 30 rev/min given that the rod, which connects the crankshaft to the press, has a 25 mm stroke. 5 mm thick is formed with a single row of 20 mm diameter rivets. Determine the maximum possible pitch of the rivets and the efficiency of the joint with possible failure from tearing of the plate and shearing and crushing of the rivets. The respective ultimate strengths are: 430, 355 and 710 MPa. 13 Three rows of 20 mm diameter rivets are used to form a lap joint between two 15 mm thick plates.

What is the force in AB and the ground reactions when a man of weight 500 N rests at C? 33 are subjected to the vertical loadings shown. Determine graphically the forces in the bars. Check these values analytically. 36 when each frame is hinged at A and rests on rollers at B. w. 4 t). 16 A beam of 12m length carries a uniformly distributed load of 200 kg/m and rests on two simple supports distance l apart with an equal overhang at each end. If M = 0 at midspan, find /. What is l if Mmax is to be kept as small as possible?

If the UTS for the bolt material is 925 MPa what is the bolt safety factor? Take E = 208 GPa. 5 A tapered alloy column 300 mm long with end diameters of 25 and 50 mm, is su~jected to an axial tensile load of 100 kN. Calculate the axial displacement and the maximum stress. Take E = 80 GPa. 4 m. What is the greatest axial tensile load that this bar can carry when the maximum permissible stress is 300 MPa and by how much does the bar extend under this load if E = 200 GPa? 5 mm diameter testpiece, with a 50 mm gauge length.